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Lutein

Lutein is a secondary plant compound which belongs to the group carotenoids. Unlike other carotenoids, it does not feature any provitamin A activity. Nevertheless, it is important for our bodies because it is involved in countless processes. Among other functions, it has a protective impact on our cells thanks to its antioxidative effects, and is a compound commonly used by animals to interpret light in their retinas. Find out which other positive effects this colorful carotenoid can have on our bodies.

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Vitamin E

Vitamin E captures free radicals and in doing so, protects the cells. However, it also helps with cell renewal and is therefore of significant importance to the whole body. It is primarily known for its skin-rejuvenating effect and is used in numerous creams and other care products.

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Vitamins

Vitamins are vital substances that all organisms require in certain quantities. They are involved in numerous physiological processes and are therefore crucial to our health. Among other things, vitamins are important for the immune system, nerves and vision, digestion, cell structure, and the body's own defense mechanisms.

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin due to how our bodies are able to create it on their own with ample exposure to sunlight. However, our bodies’ production output decreases with age – which is when it becomes important to ensure sufficient supply in our diets.

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Foods rich in lutein and zeaxanthin

Lutein and zeaxanthin are carotenoids that can often be found in the foods we eat. Foods containing these two carotenoids can have antioxidative effects and thereby play a role in protecting our eyes from the harmful influences of sunlight, can prevent age-related vision impairments, and contribute to faster cellular regeneration. Read more here about which types of foods contain the most lutein and zeaxanthin

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